Hague Convention in Divorce Cases

I am separated from wife for last 5 years after 3 months marriage. We do not have any kids. My wife is now residing in India. She has not visited US at all. I am resident of PA for last 4 years. I want to file for divorce. If I have to serve her divorce papers, Is it mandatory that I have to go through Hague Convention? What are the other options to serve summons.

Levittown, PA -

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Ronald Glenn Lieberman

Ronald Glenn Lieberman

Divorce / Separation Lawyer - Haddonfield, NJ
Answered

You need to follow international protocol. So, your best bet is to retain an attorney who is familiar with international law.

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Joyce J. Sweinberg

Joyce J. Sweinberg

Personal Injury Lawyer - Langhorne, PA
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You really need to retain an attorney to handle this for you, if you want it done properly and want to have a valid divorce. Best of luck to you.

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